Know of a capital project Greensboro ought to do in the next six years? The city is accepting proposals for such projects until Oct. 31.
The six-year capital budget includes large expenditures in construction, transportation and water and sewer projects - everything from street paving to new recreation centers to fire stations.Smaller projects such as bike paths and neighborhood improvements also are included. Projects costing less than $50,000 are usually considered through another process, said Art Davis of the city's planning department.
Proposals will be accepted from groups, associations and individuals.
Streetlights and sidewalks are no longer being handled in the capital budget, Davis said.
Greensboro City Council will hold a public hearing on the improvement program Nov. 18.
For information on how to submit a proposal, call 373-2144.
DeLauder to speak The Centennial-year Founders's Day convocation at N.C. A&T State University Thursday will feature an address by Dr. William B. DeLauder, president of Delaware State College. The 10 a.m. program, which will be held in Harrison Auditorium, is open to the public.\ DeLauder, a scientist, educator and administrator, became president of Delaware State College on July 1, 1987. Before assuming that post, he was a dean at A&T.
A native of Frederick, Md., DeLauder earned a bachelor of science degree from Morgan State College, and a doctor of philosophy degree from Wayne State University.
Allred is honored\ Janice Allred, a second grade teacher assistant at Sumner Elementary School, was named the District 5 teacher assistant of the year meeting last month of the District 5 Association of Teacher Assistants. Allred also was Guilford County Teacher Assistant of the Year for 1990-91.